These berry keto popsicles are a delicious way to satisfy your sweet tooth while cooling you down on a hot summer day.
If you have been hovering by the freezer aisle in the grocery store, skip it! These homemade keto popsicles are guilt free and easy to make!
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This is a great recipe to have on hand to be sure that you have healthy dessert treats available all summer long. With the exception of a few supplies, you likely already have everything you need in your fridge and pantry!
Other than the minimal ingredients needed for this frozen treat, you’ll need just a few supplies and tools in order to make these keto popsicles.
- Small 3 oz. plastic cups
- Popsicle sticks
- Medium Size Mixing Bowl
- Scotch Tape (optional)
How to Make Keto Berry Popsicles
In a mixing bowl, add almond milk, vanilla, Swerve, and sugar free honey and mix until well combined.
Place some raspberries and blueberries into each cup.
On top of the berries, pour the almond milk mixture into the cups, filling them almost all of the way.
Place a popsicle stick in the center of each cup. You can use a piece of scotch tape to help temporarily hold the stick in place. Just do your best!
Chill the popsicles in the freezer overnight.
When ready to serve, cut the cups off the popsicles with a pair of scissors, and remove tape if used before serving. Serve immediately and while COLD.
I’ve mentioned that these low carb popsicles are easy to make, but seriously. They only take 10 minutes to put together! That’s quick!
As quick as they are to put together, they aren’t super quick start to finish. You do need to chill them in the freezer overnight.
The typical popsicles that you find on the grocery store shelves are high in sugar and not keto friendly at all. That’s why these low carb popsicles are so great! They each have just 1 net carb per serving. Perfect for keeping your macros in check.
This recipe makes 8 servings.
If you love the color scheme and more of a creamsicle, make sure to check out these keto creamsicle popsicles!
A big learning curve to the keto diet is learning to recognize that not ALL fruits aren’t ideal for this healthy eating style. Yes, they are high in vitamins and nutrients, but some are not suited for keto.
In fact, many people are afraid of eating berries on their keto diet, because they know that fruits, in general, are high in carbs and sugar. That isn’t the case with some fruits though. Here are the fruits that are perfectly acceptable on keto:
Avocados have just 2 grams of net carbs and 10g grams of healthy fat. Avocados are great for keto!
Most berries are actually okay in moderation on keto. For example, a 1 cup serving of strawberries, blackberries or raspberries has 7 grams of net carbs (or less). Blueberries are higher in carbs (roughly 18 grams of net carbs per 1 cup serving), so be sure to avoid overdoing it with those.
If you don’t have a handful of people ready to gobble these popsicles up right away, you may be wondering how long you can store these low carb popsicles in the freezer.
As long as they are stored properly, these can be kept in the freezer for up to 1 month. After freezing them store them in an air tight freezer bag or container for best results.
The following tips will help you create the best keto popsicles!
Trust me, I get that it’s hard to wait for a delicious treat like this, but it’s important to allow it time to freeze completely. Otherwise, you’ll just be having a slushie.
Leave the Berries Whole
Leaving the berries whole adds to the experience of enjoying these popsicles. When you are eating them, it’s yummy to bite into the fruit pieces as you go.
Yes, you can make substitutions in this recipe, but you’ll need to account for them in taste and possible changes to your net carbs.
Swapping out berries can completely change the taste of these delicious popsicles. For instance, you can swap out the strawberries for the blueberries, or the blueberries for blackberries, etc. Don’t forget though that your carb count may change if you do this.
You can use a different type of milk (coconut milk, etc), but you’ll have to be prepared for your popsicles to have a different texture or a slightly different taste to it. It’s also important to make sure that the milk you choose is keto friendly.
If you prefer, you can chop up your berries into smaller pieces. It will change the look and experience of the popsicle, but it’s a great way to mix it up a bit.
- In a mixing bowl, add almond milk, vanilla, Swerve, and sugar free honey and mix until well combined.
- Place some raspberries and blueberries into each cup.
- On top of the berries, pour the almond milk mixture into the cups, filling them almost all of the way.
- Place a popsicle stick in the center of each cup. You can use a piece of scotch tape to help temporarily hold the stick in place. Just do your best!
- Chill the popsicles in the freezer overnight.
- When ready to serve, cut the cups off the popsicles with a pair of scissors, and remove tape if used before serving.
- Serve immediately and while COLD.
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Amount Per Serving: Calories: 21Total Fat: 1gSaturated Fat: 0gTrans Fat: 0gUnsaturated Fat: 1gCholesterol: 0mgSodium: 3mgCarbohydrates: 3gNet Carbohydrates: 1gFiber: 2gSugar: 1gProtein: 0g